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  • #84755
    kizkiznobite
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    no  🙂

    #84756
    GSPmad
    Member

    haemorrhage. produce platelets which help clotting & prevent haemorrhage, or if they get fractured and damage blood vessels can cause haemorrhage.

    #84757
    Anonymous
    Guest

    Hypocalcaemia or maybe Hypoparathyroidism  ???

    but am actually confused as to whether it would be Hypo or Hyper….  ::) or even hyperthyroidism…

    #84758

    I dont get the clue  :-\

    #84759
    deebee
    Member

    i can only do quick crosswords, not cryptics  :baby:

    #84760
    Anonymous
    Guest

    Herniated Disc?
    The bony spine is designed so that vertebrae “stacked” together can provide a movable support structure while also protecting the spinal cord (nervous tissue that extends down the spinal column from the brain) from injury. Each vertebra has a spinous process, which is a bony prominence behind the spinal cord that shields the cord’s nerve tissue. The vertebrae also have a strong bony “body” in front of the spinal cord to provide a platform suitable for weight-bearing.

    The discs are pads that serve as “cushions” between each vertebral body that serve to minimize the impact of movement on the spinal column. Each disc is designed like a jelly donut with a central softer component (nucleus pulposus). This softer component can rupture (herniate) through the surrounding outer ring (annulus fibrosus) and irritate adjacent nervous tissue. Ligaments are strong fibrous soft tissues that firmly attach bones to bones. Ligaments attach each of the vertebrae and surround each of the discs. When ligaments are injured as the disc degenerates, localized pain in the area affected can result.

    #84761
    *Lassie*
    Member

    Haematopoiesis
    haematology -The soft, spongy tissue found in the centre of most large bones that produces the cellular components of blood: white cells, red cells and platelets (haemopoiesis). It is also the most radiation sensitive tissue of the body.

    #84762
    kizkiznobite
    Member

    oh lord…sorry folk and val…

    i cant even remember what it was  ::)

    can we do h again  😀

    #84763
    Anonymous
    Guest

    [quote author=kizkiznobite link=topic=12959.msg254046#msg254046 date=1228657255]
    oh lord…sorry folk and val…

    i cant even remember what it was  ::)

    can we do h again  😀
    [/quote]

    Can’t you guess it from the clue  😀

    #84764
    kizkiznobite
    Member

    😛  haha love you too

    brain is on planet zoG not doG  😀

    #84765
    *Lassie*
    Member

    *Bump*

    #84766
    *Lassie*
    Member

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